From: Egon Willighagen <egonw@sc...> - 2004-03-27 16:12:23
some time ago someone asked me how plugins could be globally installed and
here's the answer.
I've asked around for good places to install plugins, but this is very diverse
amongst the support OSs (unix, win32, mac)...
Therefore, I added the following option to Jmol HEAD.
Given a global plugin dir at /usr/share/lib/cdk-plugins:
java -Dplugin.dir=/usr/share/lib/cdk-plugins -jar Jmol.jar
Or, given C:\Program Files\CDK Plugins:
java -Dplugin.dir="C:\Program Files\CDK Plugins" -jar Jmol.jar
(I think... not sure how to deal with the spaces... )
It makes most sense to use a wrapper around this, a jmol sh script or bat
file... not sure how to add such an option on the OS/X platform...
Anyway, does this sufficiently address the problem?
> some time ago someone asked me how plugins could be globally installed
> and here's the answer.
> Anyway, does this sufficiently address the problem?
Unfortunately, this is not a topic that I am very familiar with.